Boone and Crockett Club Welcomes New President

Boone and Crockett Club Welcomes New President

MISSOULA, Mont. (December 17, 2018) – Hunter, angler and businessman, Timothy C. Brady of Anchorage, Alaska, has been elected as the new president of North America’s oldest conservation organization, the Boone and Crockett Club.

For more than 131 years, Club members have helped shape the scientific, educational, political, economic, social, technological and environmental forces affecting natural resource conservation in North America.

A graduate of Arizona State University School of Engineering; Division of Construction,Brady is the president and CEO of Ken Brady Construction Company, Inc., a mid-sized general contracting firm founded by his parents in 1954. The firm has built commercial structures throughout the state of Alaska. He served 10 years as a regent for the University of Alaska as well as eight years on the executive board of the Great Alaska Council, Boy Scouts of America. In 1995, Brady served as president of the Associated General Contractors of Alaska and was named Chapter President of the Year by the Associated General Contractors of America. He supports other conservation organizations including Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Ducks Unlimited, Trout Unlimited, Safari Club International and the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute.

As the Club’s 34th president, Brady follows the tenure of Ben B. Hollingsworth Jr. of Houston, Texas.

“As a long-time hunter-conservationist, Tim has served the Club tirelessly in multiple capacities,” said outgoing president Hollingsworth Jr. “He is well prepared to take on this leadership role because of his vast experience in multiple activities of the Club. I feel very good about handing over the reins to Tim as he leads the continuing execution of our mission to promote the conservation and management of wildlife and its habitat.”

Before being elected president, Brady served in various Club officer positions, most recently as Executive Vice-President of Conservation. Prior to that he was Executive Vice-President of Administration from 2013 through 2016, and Treasurer from 2006 through 2012.

Brady said, “The accomplishments of the Boone and Crockett Club over its 131 years are remarkable and have in some way touched every American, whether it’s finding plentiful game during hunting season, visiting one of our magnificent National Parks, or enjoying the splendor of one of our beautiful National Forests. Even with all our past successes, there remains much to be done as we have a significant number of challenges to wildlife and natural resources. But, with the help of our members and other like-minded groups, we will continue to work diligently to preserve our hunting heritage and promote conservation policy that encourages management of habitat and wildlife based on sound science.”

About the Boone and Crockett Club

Founded by Theodore Roosevelt in 1887, the Boone and Crockett Club is the oldest conservation organization in North America and helped to establish the principles of wildlife and habitat conservation, hunter ethics, as well as many of the institutions, expert agencies, science and funding mechanisms for conservation. Member accomplishments include enlarging and protecting Yellowstone and establishing Glacier and Denali national parks, founding the U.S. Forest Service, National Park Service and National Wildlife Refuge System, fostering the Pittman-Robertson and Lacey Acts, creating the Federal Duck Stamp program, and developing the cornerstones of modern game laws. The Boone and Crockett Club is headquartered in Missoula, Montana. For details, visit